Document Type : Research Article
Phd. Student, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Allameh Tabataba’I University, Tehran,Iran
Professor, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, University of Tehran, Tehran,Iran
The aim ofstudy was to Explain the role of resilience on subjective well-being and their relationship with self-efficacy at nursing care assistants of the Kahrizak Elderly Home. The research method was descriptive-correlative and analysis method of structural equation modeling. Statistical population consisted of all care assistants of Kahrizak nursing home has formed to number of 175 of which among them via random sampling were selected 120 individual as a sample. Three standardized questionnaire: 1) resiliency questionnaire, with reliability (/095) 2) self-efficacy questionnaire with reliability (0/91) and 3) subjective well-being whit reliability (91/0) were used to collect the data. t test results showed that the average resilience care assistant was below average and average self-efficacy and subjective well-being is above average. Structural equation modeling was verified by the fit indices and Results showed resilience on influencing subjective well-being. Correlation Results showed acceptance positive emotions / safe relationships as components of resilience and positive emotion is associated with security efficacy as a component of subjective well-being. Finally, stepwise regression showed that self-efficacy predicted by positive emotions component reception / security relationships, as well as subjective well-being components of spirituality and acceptance positive emotions / security relationships were resilience variables.